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Cutinella's retired No. 54 football jersey hangs on one side of the stadium. On the other side Saturday, his No. 2 lacrosse jersey, helmet, cleats, gloves and stick were arrayed on the scorer's table, providing the perfect backdrop to a spontaneous postgame photo op.
Northport scored five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to pull away from Sachem North in the finale of the Acompora Lacrosse Jamboree in East Northport.
Northport takes on Sachem North in the second game of MSGVarsity's LIVE doubleheader from the Acompora Lacrosse Jamboree in Northport. Find out where and when to watch and how to interact below.
Watch LIVE on Saturday April 25 at 2:30 p.m. as Bronxville travels to Long Island to take on Smithtown East in the first game of MSGVarsity.com's afternoon double header from the 14th Annual Acompora Lacrosse Jamboree.
The response was dramatic as Ryan Tierney scored the winner with 2:54 left in the first overtime to lift Massapequa to a hard-fought 7-6 victory over Syosset.
The top two ranked boys lacrosse teams on Long Island and two of the top three in the Tri-State square off when Massapequa takes on Syosset in a battle of undefeated teams Friday at 4:45 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Purdie led the way offensively with three goals and one assist, including the decisive tally with 1:19 left in the fourth quarter, while Mike Toy added a pair of goals and an assist.
The longtime powerhouse stands at 3-5 after Saturday's 8-7 loss to Ridgefield (Conn.) in a non-league game that was the first of a Lacrosse Day doubleheader at Garden City High School.
On offense, Rocco Sutherland had four goals and three assists, with Jack Sullivan adding four goals of his own. At the other end of the field, goalies Scott Hatch and Billy Kelly combined to make 20 saves and hold one of the island's most potent offenses in check.
Manhasset could not penetrate the sterling defense of Darien, the No. 3-ranked team in Connecticut, and went scoreless for the final 19 minutes in a 7-3 loss Saturday in a non-league game, the second part of a Lacrosse Day doubleheader at Garden City High School.
The latest chapter of one of Long Island’s best rivalries will be played out in Mineola when Chaminade hosts St. Anthony’s in a battle of lacrosse powerhouses Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Muldoon, who also played football and basketball, scored a career-high five goals to lead Garden City to a 13-4 victory over host Wantagh Tuesday in Nassau Conference B-I lacrosse.
The Yale-bound midfielder scored three goals and dished out an assist to lead host Chaminade to an 8-4 victory over Manhasset at the eighth annual Lead the Way Lacrosse Day For Heroes on Saturday afternoon.
Hart’s goal with 24 seconds left in the second overtime lifted Connetquot to a dramatic 10-9 win over Ward Melville Friday. It is the T-Birds first win over Ward Melville ever.
It’s a showdown between two of the top boys lacrosse teams in the Tri-State as Delbarton heads to Cy Donnelly Field to take on St. Anthony’s Saturday at 12:30 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Jack Keogh, using a pick set by James Thomas, got free and fired a low shot that found the back of the net with 1:16 left to give Manhasset a thrilling 10-9 non-league victory Thursday night.
The junior goalie made 19 saves in his first varsity start of the season to help lift Massapequa to a 6-3 win over Garden City at Burns Park Thursday afternoon.
It’s an early season matchup of perennial Nassau County boys lacrosse powerhouses as Massapequa hosts Garden City at Burns Park Thursday at 11 a.m. on #MSGV_Live.
The Braves (3-0) broke a 4-4 halftime tie with a five-goal burst that took only 3:39. Mac O'Keefe started it with a dodge from behind the cage. J.P. Lannig scored in front off a nice feed from Elardo, and Lucas Cotler followed 50 seconds later with an overhand blast from the right wing.
Laviano, who transferred to St. Anthony's as a sophomore, suffered a torn ACL in a 2013 early-season game against Chaminade. He missed the rest of that season and said he couldn't play lacrosse during the summer and fall, either.
Froccaro won 13 of 18 faceoffs, including nine of the first 10. More impressive was what he did after securing the possessions. He scored three straight goals, each after winning a faceoff, in a span of 58 seconds only two minutes into the game.
Most importantly, he led Class C favorite and host Cold Spring Harbor to a 9-7 come-from-behind boys lacrosse win over perennial Class B powerhouse Manhasset in a non-league matchup.
O'Keefe scored five goals to lead Nassau Class A favorite Syosset to a 9-7 victory over perennial Class B contender Garden City Tuesday in a season-opening non-league boys lacrosse game at Syosset-Woodbury Park.
Connell scored six goals, including four in the second half, and added one assist to lead visiting Seaford over Division, 11-8, in the non-league opener for both teams Monday.
So before Gregory Capelle, who verbally committed to Air Force on March 1, entered his eighth-grade season last year, Herricks boys lacrosse coach Mike Chin decided the young player was ready for a new challenge: Capelle would play on the varsity team.
Spillane, who had 50 goals and 26 assists last season, made his commitment official in the fall when he signed his letter of intent to play lacrosse at Penn State.
Shayna Pirreca starred in her final high school competition last weekend, leading the North All-Stars to an 18-11 victory over the South in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic at Towson University.
All summer long, MSGVarsity.com will bring you a recap of the past year in your region's top high school sports. We'll publish a new "Year in Review" article every Tuesday through August 19. First up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island boys lacrosse.
MSGVarsity.com's "Memorable Mondays" is a summer-long weekly series that reflects on the players, moments, matchups and storylines that made the 2013-14 high school season special.
MSG Varsity is pleased to unveil its 2014 All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Second Team, honoring the best of the best high school boys lacrosse players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. See who made the list.
MSG Varsity is pleased to unveil its 2014 All-Metro Boys Lacrosse First Team, honoring the best of the best high school boys lacrosse players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. See who made the list.
In securing the school's first Long Island and state Class A championships in boys lacrosse, Massapequa prevented hotbed Long Island from being shut out in the state tourney for the first time since 2003. Long Island's Class B and C champions both lost in the state semifinals this year.
Massapequa notched its first-ever New York State Class A Championship in school history with a 16-2 victory over Fayetteville-Manlius Saturday at Hofstra University.
Massapequa will be vying for its first-ever New York State boys lacrosse championship Saturday when the Chiefs face Fayetteville-Manlius in the Class A final at 11 a.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Throughout the playoffs, MSG Varsity will be hosting live chats that allow fans to interact with our experts and get their take on a variety of high school sports topics.
MSG Varsity will carry live streaming coverage of the New York State boys lacrosse championships this year, including the Class A, B and C finals on June 7.
Bronxville and Babylon go head-to-head in the New York State Class C boys lax semifinals live Wednesday night from Hofstra University.
Get prepped for Wednesday's NYS Class B boys lacrosse semifinal between Yorktown and Lynbrook, which will be streamed LIVE on MSGVarsity.com at 5:30 p.m.
Get prepped for Wednesday's NYS Class A boys lacrosse semifinal between Niskayuna and Massapequa, which will be streamed LIVE on MSGVarsity.com at 3:30 p.m.
A first-time Long Island champion will be crowned when Smithtown East faces Massapequa in the Class A final Saturday at 1 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Kaitlyn Wandelt scored a game high 4 goals and goalie Molly Andrews had 8 saves as Sayville earned a 5-3 win over Eastport-South Manor in the Suffolk Class B girls lacrosse championship Thursday at Dowling Athletic Complex